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OpenSocial http://opensocial.org OpenSocial Foundation Mon, 03 Nov 2014 01:59:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 W3C Launches Push for Social Web Application Interoperability http://opensocial.org/2014/07/w3c-launches-push-social-web-application-interoperability/ http://opensocial.org/2014/07/w3c-launches-push-social-web-application-interoperability/#comments Mon, 21 Jul 2014 15:15:28 +0000 http://opensocial.org/?p=1824 W3C and OpenSocial Foundation Increase Collaboration to Reduce Fragmentation

21 July 2014 — W3C today launched a new activity to develop standards to make it easier to build and integrate social applications with the Open Web Platform. Future standards —including vocabularies for social applications, activity streams, embedded experiences and in-context actions, and protocols to federate social information such as status updates— will address use cases that range from social business applications, to cross-organization federation, to greater user control over personal data.

“OpenSocial is very excited to support and participate in this new W3C Activity,” said John Mertic, President of The OpenSocial Foundation, who, with IBM and Telecom Italia, recently submitted material as input to the standardization effort. “The OpenSocial Foundation exists to break down barriers between the often siloed systems people rely on at work. We do this because, today more than ever, people need to be able to effortlessly connect on the job to get things done and barriers between the systems they rely on prevent seamless collaboration.… Read the rest

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W3C and OpenSocial Foundation Increase Collaboration to Reduce Fragmentation

21 July 2014 — W3C today launched a new activity to develop standards to make it easier to build and integrate social applications with the Open Web Platform. Future standards —including vocabularies for social applications, activity streams, embedded experiences and in-context actions, and protocols to federate social information such as status updates— will address use cases that range from social business applications, to cross-organization federation, to greater user control over personal data.

“OpenSocial is very excited to support and participate in this new W3C Activity,” said John Mertic, President of The OpenSocial Foundation, who, with IBM and Telecom Italia, recently submitted material as input to the standardization effort. “The OpenSocial Foundation exists to break down barriers between the often siloed systems people rely on at work. We do this because, today more than ever, people need to be able to effortlessly connect on the job to get things done and barriers between the systems they rely on prevent seamless collaboration. This W3C Activity provides additional focus and resources to ensure that all enterprise applications can Be Social Together.”

Standards to Address a Range of Use Cases from Business to Individual

Businesses are turning increasingly to social applications, and a recent study confirms that businesses that embrace social tools to share knowledge internally, collaborate with suppliers, and listen to their customers experience much greater growth than those that do not. In a modern organization that has diverse IT systems, BYOD policies, remote workers, and regional partnerships, crucial information about business process status can be lost in email or when different systems do not interoperate. Open standards are the key to scalable integration.

Consider a business-to-business sales environment where a salesperson is using a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. Upon closing a sale with a new account, the salesperson needs to update colleagues in finance, professional services, and other departments. Interoperable standards for status updates (activity streams, for example) makes it easier for the finance department to approve a contract and professional services to update a timesheet, even if they are using very different applications.

Interoperability needs extend naturally beyond the firewall. If two organizations wish to cooperate on a venture, they face the problem of securely collaborating via potentially very different access control and messaging systems. A system based on open standards that enables the federation of decentralized status updates and private groups can help two organizations communicate.

The group’s work is not limited to social business use cases. Some users would like greater control over their own social data, and share their data selectively across various systems. For example, the standards that will be developed will enable a user to host her own blog and use federated status updates to both push and pull social information to a variety of other social networking sites.

W3C has discussed social business requirements at the 2013 W3C Workshop on Social Standards: The Future of Business and the 2011 Social Business Jam before that, as well as in the Social Business Community Group. Ideas for managing such federation have been developed by the Federated Social Web Community Group and the Incubator Group that preceded it.

W3C’s New Social Activity

W3C chartered two groups today to carry out these activities:

  • The Social Web Working Group will define the technical standards and APIs to facilitate access to social functionality as part of the Open Web Platform. These include a common JSON-based syntax for social data, a client-side API, and a Web protocol for federating social information such as status updates.
  • The Social Interest Group will co-ordinate messaging around social at the W3C and formulate a broad strategy to enable social business and federation. It will harvest use-cases and review specifications produced by technical working groups in the light of those use-cases.

The Social Web Working Group’s first face-to-face meeting will take place the last week of October, as part of TPAC 2014, W3C’s annual gathering of Working Groups.

This work is funded in part by the European Commission through the DCENT Project, which creates privacy-aware tools and applications for direct democracy and economic empowerment.

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UCSF’s Eric Meeks to Lead OpenSocial Gadget Modernization Project http://opensocial.org/2014/06/ucsfs-eric-meeks-lead-opensocial-gadget-modernization-project/ http://opensocial.org/2014/06/ucsfs-eric-meeks-lead-opensocial-gadget-modernization-project/#comments Mon, 02 Jun 2014 12:30:25 +0000 http://opensocial.org/?p=1801  

meeks2 (2)The OpenSocial Foundation is excited to announce that Eric Meeks, Technical Lead, CTSI at the UCSF School of Medicine has accepted the position of Project Leader for the OpenSocial Gadget Modernization project.

This project will ensure that the innovative work happening by OpenSocial users moves upstream to Apache Shindig, Rave and the OpenSocial specification. Eric has pioneered several Linked Data improvements in OpenSocial Gadgets and APIs, such as implementing JSON-LD services for Apache Shindig that are used in production at UCSF and other universities.

Eric, working closely with other interested community members and with Matt Marum, the OpenSocial VP of Projects, is developing a release plan and schedule.  This will be published on the OpenSocial project page.

If you have extensions and/or enhancements to Apache Shindig, Rave or the OpenSocial spec that you would like to contribute upstream as part of this project, please contact Eric:  eric.meeks at ucsf dot edu or Matt Marum: VP-Projects at opensocial dot org… Read the rest

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meeks2 (2)The OpenSocial Foundation is excited to announce that Eric Meeks, Technical Lead, CTSI at the UCSF School of Medicine has accepted the position of Project Leader for the OpenSocial Gadget Modernization project.

This project will ensure that the innovative work happening by OpenSocial users moves upstream to Apache Shindig, Rave and the OpenSocial specification. Eric has pioneered several Linked Data improvements in OpenSocial Gadgets and APIs, such as implementing JSON-LD services for Apache Shindig that are used in production at UCSF and other universities.

Eric, working closely with other interested community members and with Matt Marum, the OpenSocial VP of Projects, is developing a release plan and schedule.  This will be published on the OpenSocial project page.

If you have extensions and/or enhancements to Apache Shindig, Rave or the OpenSocial spec that you would like to contribute upstream as part of this project, please contact Eric:  eric.meeks at ucsf dot edu or Matt Marum: VP-Projects at opensocial dot org

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OpenSocial @ SAP HANA Cloud Portal http://opensocial.org/2014/04/opensocial-hana-cloud-portal/ http://opensocial.org/2014/04/opensocial-hana-cloud-portal/#comments Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:50:08 +0000 http://opensocial.org/?p=1787 The following is a guest post from members of the SAP HANA Cloud Portal team. The OpenSocial Foundation thanks Ohad Yassin, Ifat Shwartz, Rafi Pinto and Eliel Schurman

SAP HANA Cloud Portal is a cloud-based solution for fast and easy portal site creation. SAP HANA Cloud Portal lets users build, brand, and publish external and internal web sites. Portal sites created using Cloud Portal can be consumed on both a desktop and on mobile devices. The product leverages top SAP assets:

  1. Built-in support for the SAP HANA in-memory database
  2. Rapid development of on-demand applications using the secure development environment of SAP HANA Cloud

* For more information checkout our documentation: https://help.hana.ondemand.com/cloud_portal/frameset.htm?63b4a7d6e6594048ab07ae9b6c1a71af.html

Why OpenSocial?

In the early days of SAP HANA Cloud Portal, two main questions were:

  1. How can we let users leverage our platform and create awesome, customized and scenario-specific widgets, while providing an open framework and using state of the art technologies?
  2. How can we aggregate multiple applications originating from different domains in one web page, overcoming cross-domain issues?

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The following is a guest post from members of the SAP HANA Cloud Portal team. The OpenSocial Foundation thanks Ohad Yassin, Ifat Shwartz, Rafi Pinto and Eliel Schurman

SAP HANA Cloud Portal is a cloud-based solution for fast and easy portal site creation. SAP HANA Cloud Portal lets users build, brand, and publish external and internal web sites. Portal sites created using Cloud Portal can be consumed on both a desktop and on mobile devices. The product leverages top SAP assets:

  1. Built-in support for the SAP HANA in-memory database
  2. Rapid development of on-demand applications using the secure development environment of SAP HANA Cloud

* For more information checkout our documentation: https://help.hana.ondemand.com/cloud_portal/frameset.htm?63b4a7d6e6594048ab07ae9b6c1a71af.html

Why OpenSocial?

In the early days of SAP HANA Cloud Portal, two main questions were:

  1. How can we let users leverage our platform and create awesome, customized and scenario-specific widgets, while providing an open framework and using state of the art technologies?
  2. How can we aggregate multiple applications originating from different domains in one web page, overcoming cross-domain issues?

The answer to those questions was OpenSocial. Here are some of the main advantages of using OpenSocial:

  1. Aggregation – ability to run multiple applications originating from different domains on the same Web page and allowing inter-widget communication.
  2. Cross Domain – avoiding cross domain issues by using OpenSocial container and proxy mechanism.
  3. Technology – HTML5, JS, CSS/LESS
  4. Extensibility -
    1. Anyone with a basic knowledge can create widgets and add them to the portfolio.
    2. Platform-wise, Cloud Portal development teams continuously extend and provide new OpenSocial features for the user’s benefit.
  5. Customizability –any user can customize and design the widget by using basic CSS or advanced LESS capabilities.
  6. Backward Compatibility – the ability to easily wrap/convert existing application to a widget.
  7. Deployment – You can deploy and host the widget anywhere.  Be it HANA Cloud Platform or Dropbox.

Extending OpenSocial Features

Building on top of the existing OpenSocial features, we wanted to give more platform-related capabilities to our users. Let’s go over some of the main features we provide.

Interaction between widgets [sap-context]

The OpenSocial pubsub-2 feature provides a “publish-subscribe” mechanism for inter-widget communication. It enables a widget to publish information using a predefined messaging format and channel. The sap-context feature is a Cloud Portal enhancement of the pubsub-2 feature. It differs from the pubsub-2 feature in the following ways:

  1. With the sap-context feature, data passed between the widgets is always published on the same topic (no need to publish or subscribe to a specific topic as in pubsub-2).
  2. The data passed between the widgets is persisted in a shared data store object – the site context.

A site context is a shared in-memory data store to which widgets from different pages of a site can either publish information or subscribe for updates. Widgets can publish a message to the dedicated context object so that other widgets can subscribe to a callback function for this message and be updated accordingly. SAP HANA Cloud Portal

Site Navigation [sap-navigation]

The Cloud Portal sap-navigation feature provides a mechanism for page navigation between a widget (the source) and pages of the site (navigation targets), as a replacement for – or in addition to – the page navigation bar

Multi-leveled Widget Properties [gadgetprefs]

The OpenSocial setprefs API enables the definition of default values for widget properties, which can be overridden by end-user personalization at runtime. The Cloud Portal gadgetprefs feature adds another level of property modification during site authoring. Using this feature, site authors can override the default property values in the Cloud Portal Authoring Space, and set customized values for all end users of a site. End users can then edit these custom values during runtime if the author allows it

Display widget content in a popup window [sap-popup]

In certain scenarios, it is more appropriate to render the widget content inside a popup window (as in a user message). For this purpose, Cloud Portal provides the sap-popup feature, which generates a popup as another view of the same widget.

Enabling Dynamic Height in a Widget [sap-dynamic-height]

Using the sap-dynamic-height feature, you can enable the widget height to automatically adapt to the content height rendered inside the widget.

Out of the box theming [sap-theme]

One of SAP HANA Cloud Portal capabilities is theming. While building a site, a user can use one of the Cloud Portal LESS-based themes to customize the site. Cloud Portal created an OpenSocial feature that if used, it applies that same theme to the widget, leveraging the already customized theme, and get a consistent look and feel in the site. For more information about other capabilities, checkout Cloud Portal Developer Guide at http://tiny.cc/CPDevGuide

SAPUI5 integration

SAPUI5 is SAP’s next gen UI Development Toolkit. The library gained massive adoption recently and has been a tremendous success. As a result, we wanted to encourage Cloud Portal widget developers to use this library and witness the advantages of using  SAPUI5 in Cloud Portal.

Theming

As described in the features sections, Cloud Portal provides an out of the box theming experience. This is also true when using SAPUI5. Using an integrated LESS compilation process with SAPUI5 and an OpenSocial feature, we get a compiled CSS that applies the theme on the SAPUI5 controls.

Consume an existing SAPUI5 standalone application as an OpenSocial widget with zero code modifications

An additional integration step we took provides the ability to consume SAPUI5 standalone applications as OpenSocial widgets in our sites. For the developer perspective, the only step which needs to be taken is to wrap the standalone application with the OpenSocial SpecXml descriptor. This is an amazing achievement – by writing a simple XML file, the existing application, written for different purposes and that lives in a backend somewhere, can be transformed into a widget and be deployed in our cloud.

Final words

I’ve talked about how we use OpenSocial within our product and listed several features and capabilities we implemented that extend the basic capabilities of OpenSocial. I should also note that we plan to extend Cloud Portal offering even further and support several containers, the first being an embedded SAPUI5 container. For more information please check out our Community at http://scn.sap.com/community/hana-cloud-portal Also, I encourage you to register for a free trial account and get familiar with SAP HANA Cloud Portal at http://tiny.cc/CPTrialSCN

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We’re Talking OpenSocial at Triangle PHP Users Group Thursday 2/20 http://opensocial.org/2014/02/talking-opensocial-triangle-php-users-group-thursday-220/ http://opensocial.org/2014/02/talking-opensocial-triangle-php-users-group-thursday-220/#comments Tue, 11 Feb 2014 13:14:30 +0000 http://opensocial.org/?p=1740 If you’re based in the RTP area of North Carolina, or will be in town next Tuesday February 20, come on by TEKSystems at 6:30 PM to hear Matt Marum talk about the cool new OpenSocial project work going on.

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If you’re based in the RTP area of North Carolina, or will be in town next Tuesday February 20, come on by TEKSystems at 6:30 PM to hear Matt Marum talk about the cool new OpenSocial project work going on.

Find full details and RSVP at this page

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@opensocial intro slideshare http://opensocial.org/2014/02/opensocial-intro-slideshare/ http://opensocial.org/2014/02/opensocial-intro-slideshare/#comments Mon, 10 Feb 2014 15:04:18 +0000 http://opensocial.org/?p=1736 What’s @opensocial all about?  Why does it matter to enterprises, to app developers and to SIs?  Check out this short slideshare to see how @opensocial standards can radically reduce integration costs and speed time to market.

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What’s @opensocial all about?  Why does it matter to enterprises, to app developers and to SIs?  Check out this short slideshare to see how @opensocial standards can radically reduce integration costs and speed time to market.

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How To Solve The Biggest Enterprise Application Problems With Open Technologies http://opensocial.org/2014/01/how-to-solve-the-biggest-enterprise-application-problems-with-open-technologies/ http://opensocial.org/2014/01/how-to-solve-the-biggest-enterprise-application-problems-with-open-technologies/#comments Mon, 20 Jan 2014 14:19:18 +0000 http://opensocial.org/?p=1695 IBM Connect is right around the corner and I’m really looking forward to meeting all the enterprise architects, IBM partners and IBMers who are leading the definition and adoption of Open Technologies, including OpenSocial.

I’ll be co-presenting a session on Tuesday called “Unlock Social Integration Secrets with the Latest Open Technologies” (full session details below).

The topic is one I think will resonate very well, especially if you see any of the following questions being ones you run into on a regular basis…

  • Do you have data silos emerging between your apps that need to be connected?
  • Are you facing increasing needs of integrating mobile data?
  • Is the pain of dealing with multiple APIs that share nothing in common causing support headaches?
  • Is dealing with cloud diversity becoming a sticky situation?
  • Do you struggle with integrating with systems outside your corporate firewall?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you aren’t alone. I talk with companies every day that  face these challenges.  … Read the rest

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IBM Connect is right around the corner and I’m really looking forward to meeting all the enterprise architects, IBM partners and IBMers who are leading the definition and adoption of Open Technologies, including OpenSocial.

I’ll be co-presenting a session on Tuesday called “Unlock Social Integration Secrets with the Latest Open Technologies” (full session details below).

The topic is one I think will resonate very well, especially if you see any of the following questions being ones you run into on a regular basis…

  • Do you have data silos emerging between your apps that need to be connected?
  • Are you facing increasing needs of integrating mobile data?
  • Is the pain of dealing with multiple APIs that share nothing in common causing support headaches?
  • Is dealing with cloud diversity becoming a sticky situation?
  • Do you struggle with integrating with systems outside your corporate firewall?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you aren’t alone. I talk with companies every day that  face these challenges.  Many think the only way to solve them is to scrap everything and start with one of those “all-in-one” solutions that sacrifice user experience and productivity (as well as data freedom ) along the way. But it doesn’t have to be that way.  This session will show you how open technologies and emerging standards can help you solve your toughest enterprise application challenges.

If you plan to attend Connect, I’d love to meet and talk shop.  Please shoot me an email: president at opensocial dot com

I look forward to seeing you there!

~John Meritc

President, OpenSocial Foundation

Full session details:

Track:             Track 01: Social Business: Strategy and Innovation

When:             Tue, Jan. 28 from 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Where:               Dolphin S. Hem II

Speakers:          John Mertic, SugarCRM; Kelvin Lawrence, IBM;  Andy Smith, IBM

Abstract

Hear the best practices for sustainable, rapid social solution development based on open architectures and technologies such as HTML5, OpenSocial standards, and Activity Streams.  Time is the new currency, and you can’t afford to have your applications lag the competition.

But why stop there?  Integrate your social and cloud strategies by adopting the new Social Business Maturity Model from the 400+ member Cloud Standards Customer Council of the Object Management Group. Achieve investment protection through a business/ IT partnership and mature your social enterprise.

See how SugarCRM, with IBM Connections and the IBM SmartCloud, makes it real by showing innovative ways to deliver consistent, effective and contextually relevant business data at every point of interaction.

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New OpenSocial Project for Activity Streams Action Handlers http://opensocial.org/2014/01/new-opensocial-project-for-activity-streams-2-0-action-handlers/ http://opensocial.org/2014/01/new-opensocial-project-for-activity-streams-2-0-action-handlers/#comments Wed, 08 Jan 2014 12:00:13 +0000 http://opensocial.org/?p=1643 As the new OpenSocial VP of Projects, I am really excited to announce that James Snell (IBM) and I have started a new OpenSocial@Work project for 2014.

The project Activity Streams Action Handlers (or Action Handlers for short) focuses on expanding and elaborating Actions in the current Activity Streams 2.0 draft.

What Are Actions?

Actions make activity streams interactive in a standardized way.  Action Handlers provide a flexible mechanism where actions can be handled or “carried out” in a consistent and portable manner across activity stream applications.  For example, a common action that you see within activity streams is Share.  Right now, every activity stream does Share in their own special way.  But this means that if I create an activity and post it to an activity stream, I don’t have any control over what happens when users later Share it.  This problem is further exacerbated if I want to post the same activity to multiple activity streams that all Share differently.  … Read the rest

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As the new OpenSocial VP of Projects, I am really excited to announce that James Snell (IBM) and I have started a new OpenSocial@Work project for 2014.

The project Activity Streams Action Handlers (or Action Handlers for short) focuses on expanding and elaborating Actions in the current Activity Streams 2.0 draft.

What Are Actions?

Actions make activity streams interactive in a standardized way.  Action Handlers provide a flexible mechanism where actions can be handled or “carried out” in a consistent and portable manner across activity stream applications.  For example, a common action that you see within activity streams is Share.  Right now, every activity stream does Share in their own special way.  But this means that if I create an activity and post it to an activity stream, I don’t have any control over what happens when users later Share it.  This problem is further exacerbated if I want to post the same activity to multiple activity streams that all Share differently.  It’s MY activity!  Let me have some control!  That’s where Action Handlers come in because they allow you to say what you want to happen when a user performs an action.

Or take this example from SugarCRM.

 

If these activities arrived into the Sugar 7 activity stream from LinkedIn, how could LinkedIn control what happens when you click the ‘Call’ action?  They can’t unless proprietary extensions are available to them to do it.  Action Handlers are the answer!

Action Handlers will allow using OpenSocial Embedded Experiences, an HTTP request, an HTML form, launching a mobile app, or implicitly by the container through an intent to carry out an action.

Why Did We Pick Actions for Our First Major New Project?

In OpenSocial 2.0, we incorporated the Activity Streams into the OpenSocial data model and REST APIs.  OpenSocial containers (like Apache Rave and Apache Shindig) and the OpenSocial community at large  have gained a lot of experience in working with Activity Streams over the last couple of years.  OpenSocial provides the only (known) standard API for working with Activity Streams.  We have witnessed exciting work and continued interest in Activity Streams when we look at communities like pump.io and at the W3C Workshop on Social Standards.  This means the Foundation is excited to pursue new use cases and develop exciting new code and standards for Activity Streams.

Get Involved

Work on Action Handlers is underway at the OpenSocial Incubator project on github with discussions on the Activity Streams and OpenSocial specification mailing lists.

  • Fork the OpenSocial incubator project on Github.  Integrate Action Handlers with your activity stream and contribute back.
  • Discuss Action Handlers on the mailing lists.  Share your experiences to help make this project better.
  • Contact us to let us know how you want to be involved.

For more technical details about Activity Streams 2.0 and Action Handlers, you can check out James Snell’s recent post on his blog or visit the OpenSocial Projects page and read the project plan.

 ~Matt Marum

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OpenSocial at IBM Connect – Jan 26-30, 2014 http://opensocial.org/2014/01/opensocial-at-ibm-connect-jan-26-30-2014/ http://opensocial.org/2014/01/opensocial-at-ibm-connect-jan-26-30-2014/#comments Wed, 08 Jan 2014 08:16:24 +0000 http://opensocial.org/?p=1691 OpenSocial Foundation President John Mertic is teaming up with IBM CTO of Software Standards and Distinguished Engineer Kelvin Lawrence for a talk on the role of open technologies in developing enterprise social applications.

John and Kelvin’s talk is on Tuesday Jan. 28 from 3:00 – 4:00 in the Dolphin S. Hem II room

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OpenSocial Foundation President John Mertic is teaming up with IBM CTO of Software Standards and Distinguished Engineer Kelvin Lawrence for a talk on the role of open technologies in developing enterprise social applications.

John and Kelvin’s talk is on Tuesday Jan. 28 from 3:00 – 4:00 in the Dolphin S. Hem II room

Find IBM Connect 2014 event details here

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Fwd: New Version Notification for draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-02.txt http://opensocial.org/2013/12/fwd-new-version-notification-for-draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-02-txt/ http://opensocial.org/2013/12/fwd-new-version-notification-for-draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-02-txt/#comments Mon, 16 Dec 2013 17:52:37 +0000 http://opensocial.org/2013/12/fwd-new-version-notification-for-draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-02-txt/ Updated iteration with expanded descriptions. ———- Forwarded message ———- From:   Date: Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 9:51 AM Subject: New Version Notification for draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-02.txt To: Matthew Marum , “James M. Snell” <jas…@gmai… Read the rest

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Updated iteration with expanded descriptions. ———- Forwarded message ———- From:   Date: Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 9:51 AM Subject: New Version Notification for draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-02.txt To: Matthew Marum , “James M. Snell” <jas…@gmai

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Fwd: New Version Notification for draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-00.txt http://opensocial.org/2013/12/fwd-new-version-notification-for-draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-00-txt/ http://opensocial.org/2013/12/fwd-new-version-notification-for-draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-00-txt/#comments Thu, 12 Dec 2013 22:28:38 +0000 http://opensocial.org/2013/12/fwd-new-version-notification-for-draft-snell-activitystreams-actions-00-txt/ Hello all, First of all, I apologize for any of you who receive this note twice, I’m cross posting to both the Activity Streams and OpenSocial mailing lists. Matt Marum and I have written up an initial draft of “Action Handlers for Activity Streams 2.0″ [1]. This is intended to fill in many of the… Read the rest

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Hello all, First of all, I apologize for any of you who receive this note twice, I’m cross posting to both the Activity Streams and OpenSocial mailing lists. Matt Marum and I have written up an initial draft of “Action Handlers for Activity Streams 2.0″ [1]. This is intended to fill in many of the

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